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Why listening to a podcast is important?
Shipping Podcasts allow you to hear the voices of so many different industry specialists, which is important in the global shipping industry. Not only can you access viewpoints both alike and different from your own, but you have knowledge at your fingertips and the ability to learn new things.
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Shipping Podcast - this is where we talk about the coolest industry on the planet and help raise the maritime industry's profile. The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who makes the world go around. This is where you meet the maritime professionals, strong characters with an interesting background.
- 210 Next generation shipping, part 1by Lena Göthberg on 24/03/2023 at 6:00 am
What do the young people in our industry think about the future? Who better to ask than the next generation of shipping? Listen to Jeanna, Alva and Max. They are at the beginning of their careers and are very passionate about the maritime industry. We can learn so much by just listening to what they think. This exciting conversation continued for a while, so the end product is two episodes, 210 & 211. What do you think? Is there a place for ordinary seamen (OS) in five years? Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know your thoughts. Tune in to the second part of this conversation and make the content a conversation in your workplace. #everyconversationmatters Thank you for listening!
- 209 Erik Eklund, Chief Commercial Officer, Candelaby Lena Gothberg, Erik Eklund on 10/03/2023 at 6:00 am
Electric hydro foiling vessels trending again Seeing is believing. That is a saying that fits very well with Candela. You need to see this video to understand what we are talking about. Boats flying! It's super cool, and it's a changemaker. Erik Eklund is the Chief Commercial Officer of Candela. When he talks about his career, it's like it was all building up to his current position. You can hear in his voice how passionate he is. And I cannot wait to go to Stockholm in the autumn to commute on the new boat. System thinking, digitalisation, sensors, problem-solving thinking, visionary and brave. Listen to Erik and give us a shoutout on social media! What do you think? Can the rest of the shipping industry learn from this? I am eagerly waiting for your comments. Thank you for listening #everyconversationmatters
- 208 Heather Enness, Master Marinerby Lena Göthberg, Heather Enness on 24/02/2023 at 6:00 am
Parenthood at sea According to the IMO, 2% of seafarers are women at sea. I wonder what the percentage of Mummies at sea is!? Like 0.01%!!?! Less!!?! A post on LinkedIn sparked my curiosity. Heather Enness, Master Mariner and mother of three, posted the above. Young people I meet in the maritime industry get questions about if they don't want to have a family since they are going to work at sea. I knew I just had to speak with Heather and find out if that is a hurdle nowadays, to be a parent and work at sea. What can we do to make the change? Listen to Heather and hear her passion for her job, her love for her children and how she is a role model for young people today. Heather wishes that more companies in our industry dared to discuss parenthood at sea. Every conversation matters. Are you able to bring these questions up in your everyday life? Please drop me a line at email@example.com and spill your beans. Who knows, I might get more ideas from your feedback. Thanks for listening.
- 207 Matthew Schwab, Captain, CEO, and Subject Matter Expertby Lena Göthberg, Matthew Schwab on 10/02/2023 at 6:00 am
Waves of change In episode 207, you meet Matthew Schwab, Captain, CEO, and Subject Matter Expert. Matthew is a former Master Mariner who has gone ashore and is now using all his skills from his time at sea to business development and coaching. Matthew believes in the true strength of blockchain and is sorry to see the TradeLens project being scrapped. We discuss web2 and web3, and Matthew explains the non-fungible token NFT. There are a lot of things to pick up on in this conversation. Matthew is pushing innovation and is convinced that digitalisation will make the maritime industry sustainable, so we need to be more open and find collaboration. What do you think? Please let me know. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for listening
- 206 Anna Wu, Project Logistics Specialist Chinaby Lena Göthberg, Anna Wu on 27/01/2023 at 6:00 am
The maritime industry from the view of a young Chinese woman I received an email from a loyal listener in Shanghai who is entering her career in the maritime industry and wanted to tell me how much the Shipping Podcast has meant to her. Of course, I wanted to speak to her and hear what she had to say about our industry not being so visible and unable to reach the #nextgeneration with our message to come and work. In episode 206, you meet Anna Wu, Project Logistics Specialist in China. We speak about the Shipping Podcast, of course, but also how Anna feels that she can contribute to raising the profile of the maritime industry. And then I speak a lot about life as a podcaster. What do you think? Drop me a line at email@example.com and let me know. Thanks for listening.